1-Differentiate between the use of an interpreter and a translator when performing an assessment with a non-English speaking patient.
2-Explain three principles a nurse follows in planning actions to reach agreed-upon outcome criteria.
3-As you begin the assessment process, Mr. R stops you and says, “I don’t know why you need to do an assessment; I am just here to get my medicines adjusted.”How would you respond to Mr. S? What is the purpose of a psychiatric mental health nursing assessment?
1- Explain the three phases of the nurse-patient relationship.?
2- Identify at least four patient behaviors a nurse may encounter in the clinical setting?
3- Identify two attitudes and four actions that may reflect the nurse’s positive regard for a patient.
1-Discuss the differences between verbal and nonverbal communication.
2- Identify four techniques that can enhance communication, highlighting what makes them effective.
3- Relate problems that can arise when nurses are insensitive to cultural influences on patients’ communication styles.
1- Compare and contrast Cannon’s (fight-or-flight) and Selye’s (general adaptation syndrome, GAS) models of stress.
2- Explain how cognitive techniques can help increase a person’s tolerance for stressful events.
1- Examine factors and influences contributing to neurodevelopmental disorders
2- Identify characteristics of mental health and factors that promote resilience in children and adolescents.
3- Compare and contrast at least six treatment modalities for children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders.
4- Formulate one nursing diagnosis, stating patient outcomes and interventions for patients with intellectual development disorder, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).